The iOS 10.3.2 Jailbreak is likely to arrive soon following a new vulnerability was discovered to act as an instrument. Once the iOS 10.3.2 Jailbreak arrives, devices running on iOS 10.3.3 can no longer instal the new jailbreak.
Despite past hints that no more iOS jailbreak will happen in the future, iPhone owners who are anticipating the release of iOS 10.3.2 Jailbreak can now keep their hopes up. The libxpc vulnerability allows the jailbreak to happen as it can be an adapter for a developer based solution.
Apple rolls out security patches to combat vulnerabilities that let hackers run spiteful code to exploit a device. With the latest iOS 10.3.3 update, Apple has delivered bug fixes. One of the vulnerabilities these fixes fight is libxpc. It allows arbitrary code to run with complete system permissions.
Google Project Zero's computer security expert and white hat hacker Ian Beer found that the libxpc vulnerability can be used to create a fully functional jailbreak. For those who are using the iOS 10.3.3 has to downgrade now before the iOS 10.3.2 Jailbreak rolls out. Remember to back up the entire device before downgrading it.
WCCFTech noted that once Apple halts signing the iOS 10.3.2 firmware, a device will no longer be downgraded by any means. While the firmware can be clearly jailbroken, it remains uncertain if "average user" will be able to take advantage of the new firmware.